At 17, I'd choose a song, collect images from Google and put it all together on Windows Movie Maker with lyrics. They're still on YouTube...

My IT teacher always said that I had quite an imagination so he told me to forget about data verification/validation and focus on getting my nonsensical thoughts on paper. That's when I went on to study Media Writing at university.

After graduating, I found that I really enjoyed video production and design. I then completed a one-year filmmaking programme working on short documentaries and live events. My days of Windows Movie Maker and MS Paint are no more, I now use Adobe Creative Cloud.

I also set up a project called The Film Bunch. We run film events in London and our mission is to improve access for people with hearing loss, so we provide captions and sign language interpreters. I'm passionate about the need to provide accessible opportunities in the media industry and want to see captions used more widely.

I'm always interested in collaboration – shoot me a message if you'd like to do some work together!

Other stuff:

I do weekly filmmaking workshops for young people.

I doodle every now and then. Currently learning about animation!

I'm learning British Sign Language (BSL).

  • '46 Seconds' featured on Vimeo
  • BBC Films Runner – 2012
  • Paralympics 2012 TV Documentary 'All Eyes on Us' screened at East End Film Festival and the BFI
  • Short Film Series: Olympic Host Boroughs screened at Open East Festival